How many degree/second in 1 millihertz?
The answer is 0.36.
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The SI derived unit for frequency is the hertz.
1 hertz is equal to 360 degree/second, or 1000 millihertz.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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1 degree/second to millihertz = 2.77778 millihertz
5 degree/second to millihertz = 13.88889 millihertz
10 degree/second to millihertz = 27.77778 millihertz
15 degree/second to millihertz = 41.66667 millihertz
20 degree/second to millihertz = 55.55556 millihertz
25 degree/second to millihertz = 69.44444 millihertz
30 degree/second to millihertz = 83.33333 millihertz
40 degree/second to millihertz = 111.11111 millihertz
50 degree/second to millihertz = 138.88889 millihertz
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The SI prefix "milli" represents a factor of 10-3, or in exponential notation, 1E-3.
So 1 millihertz = 10-3 .
The definition of a hertz is as follows:
The hertz (symbol Hz) is the SI unit of frequency. It is named in honour of the German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz who made some important contributions to science in the field of electromagnetism.
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